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Feb 9, 2013 6:00am PST
returned but she is already facing her next big challenge. the future of her education minister. she was stripped of her docket rat last week after the university of deucele doverdor of ruled she had deliberately plagiarized her dissertation. she said she'll challenge that decision in court. opposition parties are demanding her resignation saying she is no longer credible as the minister. >> a food scandal in europe involving horse meat in processed food has spread with the recall of products from french and swedish stores. swedish food minister acted the day after it recalled its beef la sag in a. the product contained as much as 100% horse meat. the food safety authority has ordered tests all all ready to eat meals made with beef. officials emphasize it doesn't pose a health risk. let's shift gears now and take a look at what is happening in sports. in soccer the pick of this weekend's matches see munich hoves host shacka. two of the biggest names. riding high with a 12-point lead at the top of the table while shacka struggling after losing at home. >> he has brought a bit of light to
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Feb 4, 2013 2:00pm PST
teachers. the average american, who had grade school education in 1940, now had completed high school. americans were making more money and working fewer hours. they enjoyed the good life. for most people, the benefits of economic growth were there for the taking. but by the end of the 1960s, hidden costs appeared. automobiles dumped 230,000 tons of carbon monoxide a day into the air. los angeles air was hazardous most of the year. oil spills in the santa barbara channel fouled miles of beaches. pesticide spraying was threatening many species of birds. pesticide spills killed some 15 million fish in arkansas. three million acres of hillsides lay stripped bare for their coal. and in cleveland, the local industrial sewer, the cuyahoga river, caught fire. environmentalists had found a loophole in the gnp. the gnp measures goods and services traded, for example, scrubbers used to clean sulfur emissions. clean air isn't bought or sold, so it's not counted. if sulfur is not cleaned up, the resulting pollution is not subtracted. gnp is not reduced. gnp fails to take into account environmenta
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